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at (one's) disposal

Ready and available to help or serve one. If you need anything during your stay, our staff is at your disposal. Welcome to the neighborhood! I'm at your disposal if you need help with anything.
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at your/somebody’s disˈposal

available for use as you prefer/somebody prefers: He will have a car at his disposal for the whole month.Well, I’m at your disposal (= I am ready to help you in any way I can).
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It can be stated that a commitment to using Best Practices in the pipeline industry is a commitment to using all of the knowledge and technology at one's disposal to reduce risk and ensure continued safe pipeline operation.
The enabling difference for the Nigerian and the foreigner, individual or institution, is the quality of information at one's disposal.
Sometimes, having an ear to the ground may be as important as having at one's disposal all the resources of a major metro.
With so much grunt at one's disposal, overtaking is a doddle, with a minimum of downshifts required.
Scattered throughout the essays also is a methodological sophistication, sensitive to the complex interplay between the data collecting events and the capacity of the conceptual tools at one's disposal to deal with the material adequately.
A vehicle is not only the most effective defensive weapon at one's disposal, it is often the only weapon.
It is, however, the most accurate, thorough and best organized survey of what one ought to see in Syria, provided one has weeks at one's disposal. If one does not, a list of fourteen regional itineraries and four thematic maps (Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Crusader) help one make best use of the time available.
|This novel' is The Golden Bowl, which means that one wonders how many texts one will have at one's disposal. For even among James's late works, it is distinguished by its extraordinary complexity and convolutedness of style, which many people consider, as Leavis does, to indicate a |hypertrophy of sensibility', a disproportion between what James is doing and how he is doing it.
Taking the strongest painkiller at one's disposal may produce a quick and complete cure.